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Tesco Brussel Sprouts (1Kg) £1.00

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Tesco Brussel Sprouts (1Kg) £1

Also stalks for £1
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#1
ewww lol but voted hot
#2
Yuk and double yuk.
Voted hot 'cos someone
must like them!
#3
If you start boiling them bad boys now they will just about be done in time for Christmas dinner........
#4
love sprouts! hot!
#5
Fart city, yum yum, get the gas masks out on Xmas day ;)
#6
One of nature's superfoods. And the ones they sell nowadays are a quick cook variety compared to the days of old. No need to score them.
#7
It could get gale force with these.
#8
Aww; thought it was a bag of pistachios..................! :(
#9
mmm! not sure I could eat more than 2 sprouts!
#10
BOOM!
#11
only 75p in my local tesco express, maybe nationwide
banned#12
The pic looked like a massive pack of Ferrero Rocher's to me. You can imagine my dissapointment when i actually read the description and realised what these were.
#13
thank you
#14
Beware satan's vegetables
a KILO ffs :( you could launch the space shuttle from the gas alone.
but bargain if you like sprouts :)
#15
haha! lovely with a bit of bacon!
#16
Adnan786
The pic looked like a massive pack of Ferrero Rocher's to me. You can imagine my dissapointment when i actually read the description and realised what these were.


Wow, imagine if Suchards started doing chocolate covered sprouts. You could spring them on people by scattering a few among some normal chocolates. My girlfriend hates sprouts but it's the law she must have two minimum on her Christmas dinner.
banned#17
Emmamed
only 75p in my local tesco express, maybe nationwide

thats for 500g
#18
LOVE EM........Sprouts are one of those vegetables that benefit from frosty cold ground,it brings out the flavour,another one is parsnips,the frost brings out the natural sweetness.

I bet you really wanted to know that info......X)
banned#19
Sprouts give me chronic wind- its the one and only thing I look forward to on Xmas Day, releasing all those depth charges when all the relatives and in-laws are laid around and won't go home. Managed to get a couple of them to clear off last year with a particularly percussive little number, they've said they're not coming this year- excellent!
#20
Love Brussel sprouts but they are much cheaper and fresher on our local market.
#21
Blimey,anyone who buys these will turn their houses into Trumpton.I will vote hot for those who like them. :)
#22
HOT HOT HOT love me sprouts they make xmas lunch :D
#23
zekespah
Sprouts give me chronic wind- its the one and only thing I look forward to on Xmas Day, releasing all those depth charges when all the relatives and in-laws are laid around and won't go home. Managed to get a couple of them to clear off last year with a particularly percussive little number, they've said they're not coming this year- excellent!

I fully understand and am happy this is working out for you.... however, how do you get yourself kicked out of your in laws house???? I already have bad gas and the wife will kill me if she kinds the scent of a dead skunk stuck up my wind pipe.
#24
These poor veggies seem to be very misunderstood:

1. They don't taste bad. I guess older sprouts that were picked ages ago, have started to rot, and are then boiled for too long aren't that nice. But smaller young sprouts, harvested after a frost and ideally picked from the stalk when needed, then quickly plunged into ready boiling salted water for just 6-10 minutes, tossed in melted butter, or better still add some chopped up crispy bacon bits or sweet chestnuts lightly fried in a bit of butter, are just wonderful. Grate in some nutmeg too, but not too much ;-)

2. All food makes you fart, not just sprouts! And if your day started off with a full english, a couple of beers, tea, coffee, biscuits, chocolates, nuts, then you sat down to lunch with a starter, main course, loads of meat, veg, gravy and topped it off with trifle, christmas pud, a mince pie, cheese and biscuits, accompanied by beer, wine, sherry, brandy and whatever it is reasonable to expect you might be a litlle bit more "windy" than usual. But it seems unfair to just blame the sprouts for that!
#25
bigsky
All food makes you fart, not just sprouts! And if your day started off with a full english, a couple of beers, tea, coffee, biscuits, chocolates, nuts, then you sat down to lunch with a starter, main course, loads of meat, veg, gravy and topped it off with trifle, christmas pud, a mince pie, cheese and biscuits, accompanied by beer, wine, sherry, brandy and whatever it is reasonable to expect you might be a litlle bit more "windy" than usual. But it seems unfair to just blame the sprouts for that!


I can assure you that Xmas dinner without sprouts I am wind free.

With sprouts I can almost blow my OH out of the bed !! Love em but can't eat em .
banned#26
bigsky
These poor veggies seem to be very misunderstood:

1. They don't taste bad. I guess older sprouts that were picked ages ago, have started to rot, and are then boiled for too long aren't that nice. But smaller young sprouts, harvested after a frost and ideally picked from the stalk when needed, then quickly plunged into ready boiling salted water for just 6-10 minutes, tossed in melted butter, or better still add some chopped up crispy bacon bits or sweet chestnuts lightly fried in a bit of butter, are just wonderful. Grate in some nutmeg too, but not too much ;-)

2. All food makes you fart, not just sprouts! And if your day started off with a full english, a couple of beers, tea, coffee, biscuits, chocolates, nuts, then you sat down to lunch with a starter, main course, loads of meat, veg, gravy and topped it off with trifle, christmas pud, a mince pie, cheese and biscuits, accompanied by beer, wine, sherry, brandy and whatever it is reasonable to expect you might be a litlle bit more "windy" than usual. But it seems unfair to just blame the sprouts for that!

well said - sprouts are wonderful if good quality and cooked properly.
#27
Feeling the sprout love...

Sprouts rule!

Heat.
#28
mmmmm sprouts. Even my previously sprout hating daughter has been converted :D
Love them, one of the nicest veg around (so long as they aren't over cooked!)
#29
would question why anyone would want 1kg of brussels!
#30
would question why anyone would want 1kg of brussels!
#31
zekespah
Sprouts give me chronic wind- its the one and only thing I look forward to on Xmas Day, releasing all those depth charges when all the relatives and in-laws are laid around and won't go home. Managed to get a couple of them to clear off last year with a particularly percussive little number, they've said they're not coming this year- excellent!


LMFAO
Reminds me of the time I was in the local pub round Xmas time and it was heaving, well after a brussel sprout depth charge, it was like the parting of the Red Sea ;)

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